Body of Proof is an American medical drama television series that ran on ABC from March 29, 2011 to May 28, 2013 and starred Dana Delany as medical examiner Dr. Megan Hunt. The series was created by Chris Murphey and produced by ABC Studios. The show was canceled by ABC after three seasons.
Criss-crossing the globe, "Body Bizarre" embarks on a voyage of discovery unlike any other. From India's child snake charmers to the world's hairiest girl, this series uncovers the real human stories behind the headlines. With deeply personal interviews and footage from the most unusual of day-to-day routines, it's an adventure through the truly astonishing.
Body Shock is a sensationalistic documentary series about the conditions or lives of extraordinary people. It was originally produced by redback for Channel 4 in the UK, but in September 2006, it was taken over by ArkMedia. There have been three series since December 2003. These include: ⁕Dads Having a Baby ⁕The 27 Inch Man ⁕World's Tallest Man ⁕The Boy who Gave Birth to his Twin ⁕Wild Child ⁕Anatomy of a Shark Bite ⁕Age 8 and Wanting a Sex Change ⁕The Man who Slept for 19 Years ⁕The Man who Ate his Lover ⁕Megatumour ⁕Girl with the X-Ray Eyes ⁕When Anaesthesia Fails ⁕The Curse of the Mermaid ⁕Half Ton Man ⁕The 80 Year-old Children ⁕Born with Two Heads
Body Language is an erotic softcore television series which takes place inside a strip club. The series was created by Zalman King. It aired on Showtime from September 6, 2008 to August 28, 2010.
Body Language is an American game show produced by Mark Goodson Productions. The show aired on CBS from June 4, 1984 until January 3, 1986, and was hosted by Tom Kennedy. Johnny Olson announced until his death in October 1985; Gene Wood and Bob Hilton shared the announcing duties afterward, and had substituted on occasion before that. The show pitted two teams against each other, each consisting of a contestant and a celebrity guest. The gameplay centered around the party game charades, in the same vein as the earlier Goodson program Showoffs, but contestants also had to solve word puzzles to win money, making Body Language a cross between Showoffs and Password Plus.
Crime drama series following Eve Lockhart, one of Britain's leading forensic pathologists, and her team of scientists at a state-of-the-art forensic research facility.
The Human Body is a seven-part documentary series, first shown on 20 May 1998 on BBC One and presented by medical scientist Robert Winston. A co-production between the BBC and The Learning Channel, the series looks at the mechanics and emotions of the human body from birth to death. The series was nominated for numerous awards, winning several, including three BAFTA awards, four RTS awards and a Peabody Award.
A troubled war veteran is assigned to protect a controversial politician who may be the target of a terror plot.
Body Hits is a TV series which focused on what goes on inside people's bodies as they fight their way through their hectic modern lifestyle. Dr. John Marsden was the show's host for its entirety. The programme aired on BBC Three in the United Kingdom, TechTV in the United States, The LifeStyle Channel and ABC2in Australia, and Prime Television New Zealand in New Zealand
American Body Shop is an improvised comedy show on Comedy Central that revolves around a dysfunctional body shop in suburban Phoenix, Arizona and the accident-prone crew that works there. The show came to Comedy Central after its creator, Sam Greene, shot the pilot on his own, put it on a DVD and mailed it to "the networks". After only one season, the show was canceled.
A nun, played by Kristin Scott Thomas, leaves the convent temporarily to help save her family knitting mill from bankruptcy following the death of her brother. Outside the convent she becomes a fairly shrewd businesswoman and feels attracted to one of the men who work at the mill, and thus begins to feel conflict about her religious vows.
In this new work by Marie Chouinard, the company's ten dancers execute variations on the exercise of freedom. Often, the dancers appear on points: on one, two, and even four at a time. In a spectroscopy of the gesture, we also see them using different devices - crutches, rope, prostheses, horizontal bars, and harnesses - which at times liberate their movements, at others fetter it, and at still others create it.
Body cameras capture the life-or-death decisions made by police officers, from domestic disputes to traffic stops gone dangerously awry.
Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian is an upcoming American reality television series starring Khloé Kardashian that is scheduled to premiere on E!. Announced on December 16, 2015, the six-episode series will feature two people in each episode who will be getting a makeover using assistance of personal trainers and stylists leading to a "major transformation inside and out". Six one-hour episodes have been ordered. It will premiere on January 12, 2017. A special preview episode will air on November 23, 2016. "We are so excited to partner with Khloé Kardashian to help these deserving people seek the ultimate revenge," said Jeff Olde, an executive producer of the network. "By tapping her unlimited resources, Khloé offers transformations of true Hollywood proportions," he also added
Explore the mysterious regions inside the human body. See how vital organs interconnect to make human life possible. Learn how skeletons fit together. Witness the lightness and strength of bone, how muscles work as levers, what it takes to achieve the "perfect" body. See how the heart functions, and learn the roles of white and red blood cells. Discover the complex systems controlling breathing, digestion, glandular changes, and hearing.
Norwegian educational series about human body and how it works.
Body Politic is a television pilot starring Minka Kelly, Gabrielle Union, Jason Dohring, and Brian Austin Green. It is produced by CBS Television Studios for The CW. After much speculation on the show's status, it was pronounced dead in early 2009 when the show did not appear in the CW's fall schedule. However, on May 21, 2009, in an interview with Dawn Ostroff, the CW's CEO stated the show is still in consideration for midseason. On August 4, 2009, Dawn Ostroff announced that the project is officially dead for the CW.